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S/Y FIJI SIREN

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The 40 metre S/Y Fiji Siren Luxury Liveaboard is the newest member of the Siren fleet, first launched in September 2013. She has the same specifications as her sister yachts, the S/Y Indo Siren and the S/Y Palau Siren. The cabins offer comfort and flexibility and can be used as twin or double bedded rooms. The outdoor dining area is very comfortable and provides a fabulous setting for all your meals. The dive deck is perhaps the most spacious and convenient you would have experienced. Designated areas for charging and preparation of your camera and video equipment can be found inside the main lounge - the S/Y Fiji Siren truly sets out to be the pros choice for underwater photography and videography.

 SPECIFICATIONS

SAMPLE ITINERARY

SCHEDULES 2015

SCHEDULES 2016

SCHEDULES 2017

DIVE SITES

S/Y FIJI SIREN DECK PLAN

Deck plan of the SY Fiji Siren showing upper deck and lower deck compartments

S/Y FIJI SIREN 360 TOUR

TECHNICAL DETAILS

Built 213

Length: 40 metres

Breadth: 9.7 metres

Draft: 3 metres

Construction Material: Ironwood

Engines: Marinized Nissan RH-10 Mitsubishi 6D-22

Max Speed: 10 knots

Generators: 3 x Yanmar

Water Storage: 16 tonnes

ONBOARD SAFETY

First Aid

Emergency Responders

Emergency Oxygen

Life Jackets

Life Rafts

Life Ring

Radios

EPIRB

Fire Fighting Equipment

Smoke Detectors

THE CREW

Captain: 1

Engineer: 1

Chefs: 2

Deck Hands 1

Tender Drivers 2

Housekeeper: 1

Host: 1

Dive Team: 3

ACCOMMODATION

Guests: 16

Twin Cabins: 6*

Double Cabins: 2

En-suite

Air-Conditioning

Wall Fan

Entertainment System

Personal Safe

Towels

Bathrobe

Hairdryer

Amenities: Shower Gel

*2 twin cabins can be adapted to double bed cabins if required.

FOOD AND BEVERAGE

Full Board:

Fresh Coffee:

Black & Herbal Teas

Carbonated Soft Drinks

Fruit Juices: FOC

Beer: FOC

Wines & Spirits

Electrolyte powders: FOC

ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES

Kayaks FOC

Massage

DIVING FACILITIES

Scuba Equipment Rental:  FOC*

12l & 15l tanks aluminium valve Fittings DIN & International

Nitrox Bank System: FOC

Compressors: 2 x MCH13

NOT Tec Diving Friendly

Rebreather Friendly

Rebreather Rental

Surface Marker Buoys FOC

Nautilus Lifeline

Tenders: 2

Dive Courses

*Aqua Lung BCD, Regulator, 3mm wetsuit, mask & fins available FOC. Additional charges apply for computer & torch rental.

COMMUNAL AREAS

Indoor Lounge

Outdoor Dining Area

Sundeck (un-shaded)

Cushioned Loungers 8

Outdoor Shaded Area

Personal Item Storage

Camera Table

Charging Station

Adapter Plugs European

DIVE DECK

Personal Storage

Camera Rinse Tanks

Camera Table

Fresh Water

Deck Towel

Deck Heads: 2

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BEYOND THE BLIGH FIJI

The following is a sample itinerary of dive sites we may visit during your liveaboard safari with the Siren Fleet in Fiji. We wish to show you the very best diving possible but a number of factors can determine where we visit. Weather, tides, currents and how busy a site is with other dive vessels all play a part in the Cruise Director’s decision of which

route the yacht takes. This itinerary involves some long distance travel. Whilst we attempt to ensure the number of dives we have scheduled is fulfilled, bad weather can hinder the yacht’s ability to reach a specified dive site in good time. The safety of all on board is paramount and we always do our best in offering diving at alternate locations should we be unable to visit those sites listed below.

Your Cruise Director will schedule up to 4 dives per day; 3 day dives and either a sunset or a night dive. The diving day has a typical schedule as follows:

  • Light Breakfast followed by a briefing & Dive 1
  • Full Breakfast, relaxation followed by briefing & Dive 2 Lunch, relaxation followed by briefing & Dive 3
  • Snack
  • Briefing for Sunset or Night dive
  •  Dinner

For your final day aboard we schedule 2 morning dives to allow plenty of time for off-

gassing before disembarkation and your flight home. The Cruise Director is happy to listen to requests from guests to visit or remain at certain sites and providing it is possible and the schedule allows, then guest’s requests are respected.

BLIGH WATERS & VATU-I RA PASSAGE

Starting from just 1m below the surface this large pinnacle drops to over 900m providing a wealth of hard and soft corals along with a cathedral like overhang adorned with gorgonian fans. Eagle rays and hammerheads are known to make an appearance; meanwhile amidst the colourful corals we spot numerous crustaceans and molluscs. We dive this site directly from the S/Y Fiji Siren.

 

Mellow Yellow – divers can expect to see grey reef sharks, schools of barracuda and plenty of turtles. Whilst at night the lionfish, flatworms and shrimps are a delight.

 

High -8 – All manner of marine life from green turtles and titan trigger fish to white tip reef sharks can be spotted here.

 

Coral Corner – White tips and grey reef sharks dart between the schooling fusiliers, triggerfish and wrasse, meanwhile on the corals octopus can hbe found along with flat worms, moray eels and scorpion fish.

 

Chimneys – consists of 3 large coral bommies extending downwards from just 3m (10ft) nd covered with soft corals and crinoids. Tuna, barracuda, white tips and occasional silver tip sharks are seen here. Currents can be strong.

NAMENA MARINE RESERVE

The dives we make will be based on the currents and conditions but you can expect to see plenty of macro species including ribbon eels, garden eels and fire gobies. We are also likely to see several species of shark and schools of tuna and trevally jacks. Manta rays have been known to visit also whilst the shallow waters of the nature reserve are the epitome of healthy hard coral gardens.

 

North Save a Tack-ofers a diverse reef structure and steep reef wall. We descend to 30m (100ft) to watch for large pelagics. Schools of big eye jacks congregate here as do hundreds of unicorn fish and red tooth trigger fish. Continuing along the reef southwards we come to a pinnacle known as “Kansas” named for the likeness to the wheat fields of the US State, due to an abundance of golden leather corals. A wide variety of reef fish, anthias and gobies can be seen along with octopus and garden eels.

 

Grand Central Station – A delectable fish soup – with schools of barracuda, trevally, parrotfish, trigger fish. Colourful damsel fish hover over the corals in clusters whilst dog tooth tuna, Spanish mackerel, white tip and grey reef sharks patrol the reef edge.

Other sites within the reserve include “Two Thumbs Up”, ”Magic Mushrooms”, “Ned’s

Heads” and “Keenans”.

WAKAYA ISLAND

Lion’s Den –We dive out into the blue to watch for patrolling hammerhead sharks and manta rays. White tips, grey reef sharks, schooling barracuda, batfish and hawksbill turtles are also commonly seen.

 

Wakaya Passage – A wall dive with swim-throughs & overhangs covered with soft corals; another great spot to look out for manta rays and hammerhead sharks.

 

Blue Ribbon Eel Ridge - this sloping coral wall develops into plateaus at 18m (60ft) and 30m (100ft) coral bommies on the plateaus hide leaf fish, dart gobies and blue ribbon eels.

GAU ISLAND

The Nigali Passage is a deep channel and with an in-coming current attracts schools of pelagic fish. Barracuda and trevally jacks are a common sight at the channel mouth whilst grey reef sharks form schools at just 18m / 60ft. hang out in the channel for most of the dive and watch the action then end your dive in the shallow lagoon as the channel ends. Also of note are the huge groupers that cruise about.

 

Jim’s Alley – typically a more relaxed paced dive than the Nigali passage, Jim’s Alley offers swathes of garden eels and anemone fish, black snapper and clown triggerfish, nudibranchs and banded sea snakes.

FOR THOSE TAKING A 10-NIGHT TRIP WE ALSO HAVE THE OPTION OF DIVING AT THE FOLLOWING

aveuni Island

The dives we make at Taveuni Island are largely dependent on the currents and tidal conditions. Timing is crucial to your enjoyment of the diving in the region. High slack tide is often the best to enjoy the soft corals when they are open and bright without the ripping currents. Your cruise director will assess conditions and choose from the many sites the island has to offer. We will make a total of 8 dives choosing from dive sites which include:-

 

Great White Wall – A steep wall covered with white soft corals. The incoming water encourages the coral polyps to open and feed creating a “bushy” effect and take on a purplish tinge. Stunning scenery on their own the corals also shelter square spot anthias

& gobies.

 

Rainbow’s End – a submerged pinnacle prone to currents, we make a negative descent and find shelter from where we can watch white tip reef sharks being cleaned, blue runners, triggerfish and unicorn fish. Gardens of soft corals and healthy hard coral bommies attract may other species.

Purple Wall – Steep wall with purple soft corals and numerous banded sea snakes.

 

Qamea Freeway – Sloping reef wall with sandy patches, the current takes you over the sand to admire the hard coral bommies attracting large schools of banner fish & unicorn fish. White tip reef sharks can also be seen before finishing your dive drifting gently up the reef slope.

Coral Gardens – Numerous gorgonian sea fans & hard corals shelter anemone fish and damsel fish; with regular sightings of white tip reef sharks and the occasional manta ray.

 

Swirling Coconut - Exhilarating fish filled drift dive with lush corals and schools of colourful reef fish. 2 central pinnacles allow the currents to swirl around feeding the purple soft corals and their attendant orange anthias. White tip sharks & juveniles can be seen.

 

Other sites include Barracuda Hole, Jerry’s Jelly, Annie’s Bommie, Fish Factory and the

Zoo.

TAVEUNI ISLAND

The dives we make at Taveuni Island are largely dependent on the currents and tidal conditions. Timing is crucial to your enjoyment of the diving in the region. High slack tide is often the best to enjoy the soft corals when they are open and bright without the ripping currents. Your cruise director will assess conditions and choose from the many sites the island has to offer. We will make a total of 8 dives choosing from dive sites which include:-

 

Great White Wall – A steep wall covered with white soft corals. The incoming water encourages the coral polyps to open and feed creating a “bushy” effect and take on a purplish tinge. Stunning scenery on their own the corals also shelter square spot anthias

& gobies.

 

Rainbow’s End – a submerged pinnacle prone to currents, we make a negative descent and find shelter from where we can watch white tip reef sharks being cleaned, blue runners, triggerfish and unicorn fish. Gardens of soft corals and healthy hard coral bommies attract may other species.

Purple Wall – Steep wall with purple soft corals and numerous banded sea snakes.

 

Qamea Freeway – Sloping reef wall with sandy patches, the current takes you over the sand to admire the hard coral bommies attracting large schools of banner fish & unicorn fish. White tip reef sharks can also be seen before finishing your dive drifting gently up the reef slope.

Coral Gardens – Numerous gorgonian sea fans & hard corals shelter anemone fish and damsel fish; with regular sightings of white tip reef sharks and the occasional manta ray.

 

Swirling Coconut - Exhilarating fish filled drift dive with lush corals and schools of colourful reef fish. 2 central pinnacles allow the currents to swirl around feeding the purple soft corals and their attendant orange anthias. White tip sharks & juveniles can be seen.

 

Other sites include Barracuda Hole, Jerry’s Jelly, Annie’s Bommie, Fish Factory and the

Zoo.

KORO ISLAND

Shark Fin Point –st dived when the tide is running to ensure sightings of reef sharks, barracuda and eagle rays. The reef also supports angel and butterfly fish species and plenty of crustaceans. Whale sharks can also be spotted around the island so we take some time after the dive to spot for them.

 

Koro Gardens –full with hard corals these shallow gardens make a pleasant change to the soft corals of sites at other dive locations.

NAIGANI ISLAND

Seven Peaks – Coral heads formed by a combination of hard and soft corals where scorpion fish can be seen resting, occasional white tip reef sharks and barracuda cruise by and there is a superb swim-through with whip corals and sea fans.

 

Three Heads – As the name suggests this site consists of 3 pinnacles dropping to 15m, where we search for a variety of nudibranchs, flat worms and pleurobranchs.

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DEPART RETURN ITINERARY PRICE AVAILABILITY
24-Jan-15 31-Jan-15 Beyond the Bligh - 7 nights USD 3,440 Available
31-Jan-15 10-Feb-15 Beyond the Bligh - 10 nights USD 4,770 Available
11-Feb-15 18-Feb-15 Beyond the Bligh - 7 nights USD 3,440 Available
19-Feb-15 01-Mar-15 Beyond the Bligh - 10 nights USD 4,770 Available
02-Mar-15 09-Mar-15 Beyond the Bligh - 7 nights USD 3,440 Available
10-Mar-15 20-Mar-15 Beyond the Bligh - 10 nights USD 4,770 Full
21-Mar-15 28-Mar-15 Beyond the Bligh - 7 nights USD 3,440 Available
28-Mar-15 07-Apr-15 Beyond the Bligh - 10 nights USD 4,770 Full
27-Apr-15 04-May-15 Beyond the Bligh - 7 nights USD 3,440 Full
05-May-15 15-May-15 Beyond the Bligh - 10 nights Alex Mustard : Photo Workshop USD 4,900 Full
16-May-15 23-May-15 Beyond the Bligh - 7 nights USD 3,440 Available
23-May-15 02-Jun-15 Beyond the Bligh - 10 nights USD 4,770 Available
03-Jun-15 10-Jun-15 Beyond the Bligh - 7 nights USD 3,440 Available
11-Jun-15 21-Jun-15 Beyond the Bligh - 10 nights Photo Workshop : Joseph Tepper USD 4,770 Available
22-Jun-15 29-Jun-15 Beyond the Bligh - 7 nights USD 3,440 Full
30-Jun-15 10-Jul-15 Beyond the Bligh - 10 nights USD 4,770 Available
11-Jul-15 18-Jul-15 Beyond the Bligh - 7 nights USD 3,440 Available
19-Jul-15 26-Jul-15 Beyond the Bligh - 7 nights USD 3,440 Available
27-Jul-15 03-Aug-15 Beyond the Bligh - 7 nights USD 3,440 Available
03-Aug-15 13-Aug-15 Beyond the Bligh - 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
14-Aug-15 24-Aug-15 Beyond the Bligh - 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
25-Aug-15 01-Sep-15 Beyond the Bligh - 7 nights USD 3,810 Available
02-Sep-15 12-Sep-15 Beyond the Bligh - 10 nights USD 5,280 Full
12-Sep-15 22-Sep-15 Beyond the Bligh - 10 nights USD 5,280 Full
23-Sep-15 30-Sep-15 Beyond the Bligh - 7 nights USD 3,810 Full
01-Oct-15 11-Oct-15 Beyond the Bligh - 10 nights USD 5,280 Full
12-Oct-15 22-Oct-15 Beyond the Bligh - 10 nights USD 5,280 Full
23-Oct-15 30-Oct-15 Beyond the Bligh - 7 nights USD 3,810 Full
31-Oct-15 07-Nov-15 Beyond the Bligh - 7 nights USD 3,810 Full
07-Nov-15 17-Nov-15 Beyond the Bligh - 10 nights USD 5,280 Full
18-Nov-15 28-Nov-15 Beyond the Bligh - 10 nights Photography Trip Anders Salesjo USD 5,280 Available
01-Dec-15 08-Dec-15 Beyond the Bligh - 7 nights USD 3,810 Available
09-Dec-15 19-Dec-15 Beyond the Bligh - 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
20-Dec-15 27-Dec-15 Beyond the Bligh - 7 nights USD 3,810 Available
29-Dec-15 07-Jan-16 Fiji - Special Trip (Custom Itinerary) USD 4,770 Full

Note: Please do not book any travel arrangements until you have received your booking confirmation from us.

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DEPART RETURN ITINERARY PRICE AVAILABILITY
08-Jan-16 15-Jan-16 Beyond the Bligh – 7 nights USD 3,810 Available
16-Jan-16 26-Jan-16 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
27-Jan-16 06-Feb-16 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
07-Feb-16 14-Feb-16 Beyond the Bligh – 7 nights USD 3,810 Available
15-Feb-16 25-Feb-16 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
26-Feb-16 07-Mar-16 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
12-Mar-16 22-Mar-16 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
23-Mar-16 02-Apr-16 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
03-Apr-16 13-Apr-16 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
14-Apr-16 21-Apr-16 Beyond the Bligh – 7 nights USD 3,810 Available
22-Apr-16 02-May-16 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Full
03-May-16 10-May-16 Beyond the Bligh – 7 nights USD 3,810 Available
11-May-16 18-May-16 Beyond the Bligh – 7 nights USD 3,810 Full
19-May-16 29-May-16 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
30-May-16 09-Jun-16 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
10-Jun-16 20-Jun-16 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Full
21-Jun-16 01-Jul-16 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Full
02-Jul-16 12-Jul-16 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
13-Jul-16 20-Jul-16 Beyond the Bligh – 7 nights USD 3,810 Available
23-Jul-16 30-Jul-16 Beyond the Bligh – 7 nights USD 3,810 Full
03-Aug-16 13-Aug-16 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Full
14-Aug-16 21-Aug-16 Beyond the Bligh – 7 nights USD 3,810 Available
22-Aug-16 01-Sep-16 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
02-Sep-16 12-Sep-16 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
13-Sep-16 20-Sep-16 Beyond the Bligh – 7 nights USD 3,810 Full
21-Sep-16 01-Oct-16 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Full
02-Oct-16 12-Oct-16 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
13-Oct-16 20-Oct-16 Beyond the Bligh – 7 nights USD 3,810 Available
23-Oct-16 02-Nov-16 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
03-Nov-16 10-Nov-16 Beyond the Bligh – 7 nights USD 3,810 Available
11-Nov-16 21-Nov-16 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
22-Nov-16 02-Dec-16 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
03-Dec-16 10-Dec-16 Beyond the Bligh – 7 nights USD 3,810 Available
11-Dec-16 18-Dec-16 Beyond the Bligh – 7 nights USD 3,810 Available
19-Dec-16 29-Dec-16 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
30-Dec-16 06-Jan-17 Beyond the Bligh – 7 nights USD 3,810 Full

Note: Please do not book any travel arrangements until you have received your booking confirmation from us.

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DEPART RETURN ITINERARY PRICE AVAILABILITY
28-Jan-17 07-Feb-17 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
08-Feb-17 18-Feb-17 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
19-Feb-17 01-Mar-17 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
02-Mar-17 09-Mar-17 Beyond the Bligh – 7 nights USD 3,810 Available
10-Mar-17 20-Mar-17 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
21-Mar-17 31-Mar-17 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
01-Apr-17 08-Apr-17 Beyond the Bligh – 7 nights USD 3,810 Available
09-Apr-17 19-Apr-17 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
20-Apr-17 30-Apr-17 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
03-May-17 10-May-17 Beyond the Bligh – 7 nights USD 3,810 Available
11-May-17 21-May-17 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
22-May-17 01-Jun-17 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
02-Jun-17 12-Jun-17 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
13-Jun-17 23-Jun-17 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
24-Jun-17 04-Jul-17 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
05-Jul-17 12-Jul-17 Beyond the Bligh – 7 nights USD 3,810 Available
13-Jul-17 23-Jul-17 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
24-Jul-17 03-Aug-17 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Full
06-Aug-17 13-Aug-17 Beyond the Bligh – 7 nights USD 3,810 Available
14-Aug-17 24-Aug-17 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
25-Aug-17 04-Sep-17 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
05-Sep-17 15-Sep-17 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
16-Sep-17 26-Sep-17 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
27-Sep-17 07-Oct-17 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
08-Oct-17 15-Oct-17 Beyond the Bligh – 7 nights USD 3,810 Available
16-Oct-17 26-Oct-17 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
27-Oct-17 06-Nov-17 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Full
09-Nov-17 16-Nov-17 Beyond the Bligh – 7 nights USD 3,810 Available
17-Nov-17 27-Nov-17 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Full
28-Nov-17 08-Dec-17 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
09-Dec-17 16-Dec-17 Beyond the Bligh – 7 nights USD 3,810 Available
17-Dec-17 27-Dec-17 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available
28-Dec-17 07-Jan-18 Beyond the Bligh – 10 nights USD 5,280 Available

Note: Please do not book any travel arrangements until you have received your booking confirmation from us.

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FIJI DIVE SITES

FIJI DIVE SITE INFORMATION

North Save a Tack, Namena Reserve offers a diverse reef structure and steep reef wall. We descend to 30m (100ft) to watch for large pelagics. Schools of big eye jacks congregate here as do hundreds of unicorn fish and red tooth trigger fish. Continuing along the reef southwards we come to a pinnacle known as “Kansas” named for the likeness to the wheat fields of the US State, due to an abundance of golden leather corals. A wide variety of reef fish, anthias and gobies can be seen along with octopus and garden eels.

 

Wakaya Passage, Wakaya Island (Lomaiviti Group) – A wall dive with swim-throughs & overhangs covered with soft corals; another great spot to look out for manta rays and hammerhead sharks.

 

Grand Central Station, Namena Reserve – A delectable fish soup and another favourite of the Namena Reserve – with schools of barracuda, trevally, parrotfish, trigger fish. Colourful damsel fish hover over the corals in clusters whilst dog tooth tuna, Spanish mackerel, white tip and grey reef sharks patrol the reef edge.

 

Mellow Yellow, Bligh Waters – divers can expect to see grey reef sharks, schools of barracuda and plenty of turtles at this site in Bligh Waters. Whilst at night the lionfish, flatworms and shrimps are a delight.

 

The Nigali Passage, Gau Island, is a deep channel and with an in-coming current attracts schools of pelagic fish. Barracuda and trevally jacks are a common sight at the channel mouth whilst grey reef sharks form schools at just 18m / 60ft. hang out in the channel for most of the dive and watch the action then end your dive in the shallow lagoon as the channel ends. Also of note are the huge groupers that cruise about.

 

Great White Wall, Taveuni / Somosomo Strait A fantastic display of white and purple soft corals adorn this wall off Taveuni Island. The incoming currents bring nutrients that supply the corals and when the polyps open to feed creat a "bushy" effect and cover the entire area. Square spot anthias dart between the corals and a variety of gobies can be found

 

Swirling Coconut, Taveuni / Somosomo Strait - Exhilarating fish filled drift dive in the Somosomo Strait with lush corals and schools of colourful reef fish. 2 central pinnacles allow the currents to swirl around feeding the purple soft corals and their attendant orange anthias. White tip sharks & juveniles can be seen.

FIJI DIVE SITE MAPS

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